Apple became the first publicly traded company in the U.S. to be valued at $1 trillion or more last week, which means it’s time to get your next goal done, Apple and finally purchase my blog.
I have been hesitant to sell the blog, but after I read delicious news last week that Apple’s stock rose past $207.04 per share, which pushed the stock value to more than $1 trillion, I feel that now may be the right time. Continue reading “Top 5 reasons Apple should buy my blog”
Over the last year or so, the credit and debit card companies have sent out replacement cards with the “amazing” new chips that were designed to work with the new card readers.
These chips were supposed to be somehow benefit us, but they just seem like a huge pain and I hate them.
Our judges have swiped at the nominations and inserted them into the proper order to provide for you here The Top 5 Things I Hate About the New Chip Readers for Credit/Debit Cards. Continue reading “Top 5 Things I Hate About the New Chip Readers for Debit/Credit Cards”
Most people are familiar with toes, but too often these amazing feet fingers are only thought of as a group and are not recognized for their individual talents.
Much like famous bands such as The Beatles, The Eagles, and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, though, each group of toes is filled with individual appendages that would still stick out even if they were all alone. Continue reading “Top Five Toes”
Bad Hair Days can be pretty terrible (or so I have heard), and people often complain about them.
But while Bad Hair Days get all of the attention, our judges have determined that there are several other days that are even worse. With that in mind, we present to you the Top Five Days Worse Than Bad Hair Days. Continue reading “Top Five Days Worse Than Bad Hair Days”
Daylight Saving Time begins in the U.S. on Sunday, March 11, and it is often difficult to adapt to the changing of the clocks.
In order to help people around the world better adjust to time changes, our judges have come up with The Top Five Ways To Improve The Time Change, along with a few comments.
Continue reading “Top Five Ways To Improve The Time Change”
I try to be an honest person, but I often find myself lying about stupid items, often for no good reason. Our judges also found these lies pointless, so they put together this list of Top 5 Items I Lie About For No Good Reason
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While some people whine and complain about winter, I choose to focus on the magnificent aspects of this magical season.
I am a positive person who doesn’t see the glass as half empty, but instead as half filled with a delicious liquid and half filled with life giving oxygen.
And while it was difficult to type due to my fingers being so numb from the cold, I worked with our judges to compile the Top 5 Reasons Winter is the Best Season. So, get under a blanket, grab some extra tissues for your runny nose and let’s focus on the fabulous features of winter! Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons Winter is the Best Season”
Winter has been tough for many of us already, and parts of the U.S. are now somehow being hit by a Bomb Cyclone, whatever that is.
I actually like winter at times, but there are certain aspects of the cold weather that I loathe.
The worst aspects are certainly the dangers caused by the frigid temperatures, slippery snow and these terrible storms. In addition, though, there are several other items that cause numerous annoyances for our judges, so we have put together the Top 5 Winter Annoyances (not counting the cold).
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Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is cherished holiday favorite, but the song has several problems that have nothing to do with the nose.
Frankly, the shiny red nose seems plausible to me. If deep sea creatures and fireflies have parts that light up, why couldn’t a reindeer?
No, our judges are concerned by several other parts of the song, so they put together this important list of the Top Five Problems With Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer. Continue reading “Top Five Problems with Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer – And they have nothing to do with the nose”
While cleaning the house today, we received quite a bit of assistance from the dog and cat.
Whether they were confused about why we were home during the day or they were concerned that the cleaning was not up to their high standards, they were an ever-present presence presiding over the work.
This pet pestering got me thinking about how often they are involved with cleaning, and now our judges have put together the Top 5 Ways The Pets Help With Cleaning The House. Continue reading “Top 5 Ways The Pets Help With Cleaning The House”